Eric Rosen Author

Eric Rosen is a travel and food writer who is based in Los Angeles, but spends about six months of the year on the road exploring the latest trends in luxury, dining, hospitality and the aviation industry. You can find out more about Eric and his work on his personal blog, erictheepicure.blogspot.com.

Three Incredible Places in Australia You Should See Now

The azure waters of Sydney Harbour. The rust colored monolith of Uluru rising out of the desert. The wave-beaten spires of the 12 Apostles along Victoria’s Great Ocean Road....

The Best Gay Bars in WeHo

Love the nightlife? West Hollywood has a vibrant LGBT bar scene. Whether your tastes favor a cozy evening of wine and cheese, or a dance-’till-dawn throwdown, you’re...

Our List of the Top Gay Bars in and around Los Angeles

Love the nightlife? Southern California, especially in and around LA, has a vibrant LGBT bar scene. Whether your tastes favor a cozy evening of wine and cheese, or a...

Rosaliné: A Delicious Comeback for Chef Ricardo Zarate

Chef Ricardo Zarate returns to the LA cuisine scene with a taste of Peru that delightfully combines authenticity and refinement. Not so long ago, chef Ricardo Zarate seemed...

Whether You Like Thrills or to Chill, Check Our List of the World’s Best Beach Vacations

While winter weather seems to get wilder every year — with polar vortices and bomb cyclones bearing down on much of the country in recent months — the good news is that there...

An American Designs Asia: The Design of Bill Bensley

How did a California-born, Harvard-educated architect become the most sought-after hotel designer in Southeast Asia? It might be his philosophy. Chances are, if you’ve stayed in...

Italian Comfort Food Keeps Us Returning to WeHo Favorite Marco’s

We revisit a local favorite that serves up a seductive menu of Italian fare — and beautiful brunches and breakfasts to boot. On the Los Angeles dining scene, most restaurants...

People Are Freaking out over This Koreatown Foodie Find

A Koreatown dining destination draws foodies with bold, multicultural flavors and fresh, local ingredients. Not too long ago, Koreatown was for barbecue, bibimbap and banchan. But...

Some Wines Travel Well. Others are Worth Traveling for

We travel the globe in search of wineries worth visiting — where the art of winemaking extends well beyond anything you’ll find in a glass. The main reason to visit a winery...

Taste without Waste at New LA Hot Spot Norah

A beloved watering hole gets a gourmet makeover. When O-Bar closed, WeHo mourned the passing of that cherished watering hole — with its slightly more sophisticated vibe than the...

See the Planet . . . And How to Plan It

When money is no object, you can do some truly grand globetrotting. Prepare to be awed by these six over-the-top trips you can take in the coming year....

5 Amazing, Insidery Alternates to Well-Trodden Destinations

If you’re the kind of traveler who values unique experiences, you’ll want to consider these destinations that mix the charm of the familiar with the fun of the unknown....